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Mo-Kan-Neb No-Limit Poker Championship Series Message Board › Joe Geisler wins the 2008 Manhattan No-Limit Texas Holdem Championship.

Joe Geisler wins the 2008 Manhattan No-Limit Texas Holdem Championship. Next Stop: Topeka & the State Finals Dec. 13.

Chicago M.
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Chicago, IL
Post #: 16
After 7 hours of intense competition, Joe Geisler finally outlasted a field of Manhattans best poker players to win the 2008 Manhattan No-Limit Texas Holdem title and bracelet. For complete photo coverage please visit the following link:
http://www.kansaspoke...­

The entire staff of Kansas Poker News congratulates a fantastic Final Table of 9 players on a great finish to a memorable tournament. Anyone of them could have won it, but it but Dec. 10th was Joe's night.
Shiva
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Manhattan, KS
Post #: 2
Entering the final table, Joe and Ralph were two of the four short stacks. Joe played his position very well and was agressive acting late. He took out about 7 of the final 9. Starting with Kat Lee and all the way to Shiva. He was about the third short stack to enter the final table but caught a two pair with Kat Lee and a straight with Ken and a top pair with Dan. To me these were the turning points of his chip stack from about 80,000 to about 250,000. There was no looking back after he took Dan out. On the other end of Joe's agression was Ralphs patience. Ralph played a very patient game and was second smallest stack coming onto final table. He was lucky to catch two pair on the turn with Shiva and had A Q hold up against K J when playing with Joe. Apart from losing consistently to Joe, Ralph has been very unpredictable with his betting patterns. Joe's aggression and Ralph's calculated risk will help them stay very competetive in the upcoming championship. I certainly hope the best for them and wish one of us could put Manhattan in the Kansas Poker Hall of fame.
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